The Angola Three. Robert Hillary King, Albert Woodfox and Herman Wallace These men are/were prisoners who were placed in the Angola Prison’s solitary confinement in 1972 after a prison guards murder. King spent 29 years in solitary confinement. His conviction was overturned and he was subsequently released. Wallace, was released October 1, 2013 and died October 4, 2013 from liver cancer. Woodfox has spent […]
Archives for March 2014
Saturday night was Dark Spring, a Masquerade Ball hosted by The Group With No Name (TGWNN on Facebook) at ROIA, which raised money to benefit Loaves & Fishes (Loaves & Fishes on Facebook) Dark Spring Masquerade Ball at ROIA Restaurant Welcome To The Masquerade… ILNH’s very own Chris Randall took the night off to enjoy the […]
Teach Our Children‘s “People Empowering People” workshops supports a diverse group of emerging parent, student and community leaders working to make positive change in their personal lives, schools, family and in the community. Through parent life skills building and leadership training, our trained facilitators will provide positive lifelong learning experiences and insights into understanding personal […]
Qunnipiac Terrace Homework Club Presents “Showing Our Stuff” Talent Show featuring the following artists and performers: Jaylynn, Anette, Xzavier, Anytra, Lilly, La’Khai, Devan, Justin, Zhariah, Jarai, Madison, Kahmia, Jazee, Truly, and Dazaria.
I don’t do selfies (OK, I am doing one here) but this isn’t a normal post either… In addition to taking photos for I Love New Haven I am also a state senator (I don’t assume everyone knows this. There is a funny story about a young lady whose mom is friends with me on […]
This week I went around my school (ECA) and tried to focus only on the teachers, but with so many students around I got distracted and ended up making this post about both the teachers and the students of most of the departments. Music student with music teacher Jason Hiruo (Principal) Katie, front desk Tara, […]
Carl was headed to the gym Carson was getting some work done Carson was also sporting the coolest backpack ever Carolyn was talking to people on the street about a local non-profit she is involved with (I think it was Elm City Congregations ) Bill was serenading the world on Chapel Street Alex and Javier […]